Pizza Around the World

You've read about crazy Japanese pizzas, but the rest of the world has distinctive preferences, too. In Brazil, you can get hard-boiled eggs and peas on your pizza! In Germany, you can order a pizza topped with asparagus. Lots more international pizza toppings are listed at Rue the Day! Link -Thanks, Jill!

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Just looking at a few places, I thought I'd give some examples of Pizza Brasileiro.

Verona: Shimp and garlic
Trieste: Tuna, mixed seafood and garlic
Siena: Chicken, mushrooms, peppers and eggs
Cagliari: Mushrooms, corn, peppers, and banana
Catania: Ham, pineapple, and olives
Genova: Salami, peppers and anchovies
Napoli: Ham, mushrooms, artichoke, asparagus and egg
From Pizza Hut:
Coreana: Mozarella, creamy cheddar cheese, chicken and mushrooms
Super Supreme: Mozarella, bovine and suine meats, italian sausage, ham, pepperoni, mushrooms, bell pepper and olives
Paulista: Mozarella, chicken, corn and Pizza Hut requeijão (special cream cheese).
The only problem with the Pizza Hut there was that it was roughly the equivalent of paying 30 dollars for a large pizza.
My favorite was dessert pizza with banana, cinnamon and goiabada.
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Pepperoni and onions are the only things that count as "toppings". Cheese and tomato sauce and spices and herbs are what MAKES it a pizza; those are not toppings.

There is a Wisconsin exemption for Sausage, Mushrooms and Onions, but that's as far as we'll go. It's only an exemption, and NO OTHER EXEMPTIONS WILL BE ALLOWED!!



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